|Full name||Mirsad Jonuz|
|Date of birth||9 April 1962|
|Place of birth||Sveti Nikole, SFR Yugoslavia|
|2012–2013||Nea Salamis Famagusta FC|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Born in SFR Yugoslavia to Bosnian parents, as a player Jonuz was member of numerous Yugoslav clubs. He made his senior debut in 1985 with FK Teteks playing back then in the Yugoslav Second League. After that season he will play with FK Bregalnica Shtip and FK Borec before joining Belgrade side FK Rad where he will make his debut in the Yugoslav First League in the 1988–89 season. During the winter break he moved to FK Novi Pazar and play the rest of the season in the Second League, before returning to the top flight in the next season by signing with FK Vardar. In summer 1990 he will join Second League side FK Sutjeska Nikšić. He would have another spell with FK Rad until 1993 when he moved abroad to Greece and joined Levadiakos playing in the Greek Championship.
On 1996 he begins his coaching career in FK Rabotnichki and the club played in the UEFA Cup. In 2001, he takes charge of FK Pobeda and makes a record with 15 wins. Also the club played in the Intertoto Cup and year after they played in UEFA Cup. In 2002, he worked at FK Rabotnichki Kometal again. From 2003 to 2009 he was a head coach of the Macedonian U-21 national team.
He was also a couch in FC Nea Salamina, Cyprus after that.
He owns a coaching UEFA PRO license .